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Ontario to fund more private clinic surgeries, send patients to temporary LTCs to ease health-care pressures
Ontario Health Minister Sylvia Jones's plan to stabilize the health-care system includes increasing surgeries performed at private clinics but covered by OHIP, covering the exam and registration fees for internationally trained nurses, and sending patients waiting for a long-term care bed to a home not of their choosing.
Remote First Nation attracts big names for annual music festival
The remote northern Ontario community of Moose Factory will host a performance by Blue Rodeo’s Jim Cuddy and Greg Keelor Thursday night for the annual Gathering of our People festival.
Cambrian providing hands-on training with new Chemical Engineering Technician program
Cambrian College in Sudbury has added a new chemical engineering program to the mix after consulting with industry partners.Starting in September the post secondary school will offer a two year Chemical Engineering Technician program.
Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., among 4 cities with a new passport pickup location
Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., is among four Canadian cities that now have a passport pickup location, Service Canada announced.
Vote yes on plan of arrangement, Laurentian faculty association tells members
The Laurentian University Faculty Association (LUFA) has recommended its members vote yes on the Sudbury, Ont., university’s proposed plan of arrangement.